What is Intersectionality?: Black Intersectionality Unveiled

Discover Black Intersectionality: Explore social identity, intersectionality, and anti-Black racism to advocate for all.
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Details

Date & Time

February 28, 2024
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location

Online via Zoom

Cost

TBA

Contact

Eve Nyambiya, Anti-Black Racism Education and Programs Coordinator, Equity and Inclusion Office
edidsb@mcmaster.ca 

Description

Date: February 28, 2024Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pmLocation: Online via Zoom

Register here or e-mail edidsb@mcmaster.ca 

 

Event Organizers: DeGroote School of Business

Facilitator: Eve Nyambiya, Anti-Black Racism Education and Programs Coordinator, Equity and Inclusion Office

Audience: Virtual Session for DSB Staff and Faculty

 

Outline:

  1. Define social identity + social location
  2. Define intersectionality
  3. Define anti-black racism
  4. Bring it all together to make connections between Blackness and intersectionality and why it is important for us to consider it our work and personal relationships. Furthermore have folks recognize that we can’t pick and choose which identities to advocate for, they need to advocate for everyone.

 

Notes

Register here or e-mail edidsb@mcmaster.ca

Outline:

  1. Define social identity + social location
  2. Define intersectionality
  3. Define anti-black racism
  4. Bring it all together to make connections between Blackness and intersectionality and why it is important for us to consider it our work and personal relationships. Furthermore have folks recognize that we can’t pick and choose which identities to advocate for, they need to advocate for everyone.

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